Review: The WideWheel electric scooter is a blast and has power to spare

Most people associate electric scooters with the low-end models used by ride-sharing services that have inundated cities throughout the world. Then there are the extreme scooters, hulking vehicles capable of hitting over 40 miles an hour, but too big and heavy for multimodal commuting and out of most buyer’s price range. But there’s also a middle ground in scooters like the Mercane WideWheel, distributed exclusively by FluidFreeRide in the US. Capable of hitting 25 miles per hour and 20 miles of range, the WideWheel is one of the most well-rounded scooters on the market, with few caveats. It won’t break…
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